This year’s Homecoming football game will be played against Towson University on Saturday, October 18, 2014. The tentative game time is 3:30 p.m. due to television scheduling.
The Student Homecoming Committee is planning a week filled with events for all Blue Hens to celebrate their UD spirit. The UD Amazing Race will return for the second year along with daily Spirit Stations and an Alternative Tailgate. Alumni events include affinity reunions, a step show, the Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement and the all-alumni Goalpost Party following the football game.
The Homecoming Pep Rally will be held Friday evening, and on Saturday, we will crown a new Homecoming King & Queen while we cheer the Blue Hens to victory.
If your group, department or college is interesting in holding an event during Homecoming 2014, and wish to be added to the master schedule, contact Michael Yancey, Associate Director, Homecoming & Reunions.
Click here to learn more about the Student Homecoming Committee.
Interested in being the next Homecoming King or Queen? Campaigning will begin in September 2014, and more information will be posted once the "primary" dates are set.
UD Homecoming 2013 was a huge success!
Thank you to everyone who attended this year's festivities! Check out pictures and posts from Homecoming on Storify, and be sure to read the wrap-up story on UDaily.
Joyce McLaughlin Newman, the 1963 Homecoming queen, with 2013 king and queen Kye Cho and Cynthia Costello.
Congratulations to the winners of the Dare to Show More Spirit contest's People's Choice Award: University Student Centers.
Congratulations to the winners of the Dare to Show More Spirit contest's UDAA President's Choice Award: Research.